Amatuer theologian and professional lawyer Jim Barton discusses the value of the Law wtih Reverend Abigail Conley. They explore loving the law found in Scripture without succumbing to the sin dogmatism.
Amateur theologian Jim Barton and Reverend Abigail Conley explore the notions of civility and respectability politics as applied to the oppressed and a certain middle-eastern philosopher who like to turn tables, hold marches, and eventually got himself executed by the state.
Reverend Abigail Conley and amateur theologian Jim Barton look into the images of Satan as a follow on to our review of the models of God. (Jim, btw, is so important he gets phone calls in the middle of podcast recordings. See if you can find the splice in the middle!)
Abby and Jim talk about what it means to believe in God.
Jim and Abby discuss the good news of citizens standing up to an evil king. From more women, especially women of color, running for office to using direct democracy to Rev. Barber's Poor People's Campaign, there is current news that isn't bad news.
Note: Lots of technical difficulties in this one, but it is important to celebrate what's happening.
Amateur theologeon Jim Barton and Rev. Abigail Conley talk about the presence of women in the Bible, including those who are important for reasons other than who they married or gave birth to.
Rev. Abigail Conley and amateur theologian Jim Barton discuss what the Bible says about the divinity of Christ, and why that matters to them as liberal Christians.
Amateur theologian Jim Barton and Reverend Abigail Conley discuss encouraging developments associated with high school students showing leadership that compels President Trump to action.